Maintaining the product’s quality throughout its shelf life is important and in some instances, shelf life expansion is desirable to prevent food
Proven high speed films that outperform competitive products and meet today’s demanding packaging requirements.
Peelable seals technology has been incorporated into several of our polypropylene packaging films to ensure easy-open packaging the consumer.
We have a wide range of suitable lamination products offering a spectrum of properties.
Using glossy high clarity shrink tightening film to overwrap packs ensures a tight wrap providing a quality presentation and reinforces a strong visual
Our range of products has proven performance; they will not cling to machinery and offer a number of other benefits such as additional barrier performance.
Our digitally printable packaging films are easy to use. They provide improved performance throughout conversion.
Our BOPP anti-mist/anti-fog films have a proven track record in vertical-form-fill and lamination applications, minimising condensation problems.
Wide range of collation films for bundle or transit packs that can be removed easily without damaging the inner wrapped packs.
Our cavitated films provide high yield economics without sacrificing technical or aesthetic properties.
Our clear, white and metallised films are a critical part of cold seal package design.
Metallised film is popular because it’s shiny, thinner, lighter, provides barrier to moisture and light and reduces permeability to gas and water trans
Proven range of high performance co-extruded films with varied properties ensures product protection and machinability.
Our thick films provide puncture and impact resistance and offer barrier properties for moisture, gas, aroma and mineral oils.
Improving our high barrier certified recyclable films for the circular economy and films that reduce the use of fossil based packaging and improves packagi
Having a different coating on either side of the film can be beneficial, providing additional functionality and these are known as differential films.